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Preah Sihanouk province is Cambodia's most famous beach town. Better known as Kampong Som to locals, it is about 230 km southwest of Phnom Penh and boasts pristine white-sand beaches, unspoiled tropical islands, and a dynamic nightlife.

  • Koh Sang Saa

    Koh Sang Saa

    In Cambodia’s untouched Koh Rong Archipelago, two pristine islands lie side by side. They are known locally as Song Saa – Khmer for ‘The Sweethearts’.

    Song Saa Island is as seductive as the name implies. Think intimate. Think luxurious. But above all think harmony – with all the elements of nature that make this place so special.

    The resort spans the islands of Koh Ouen and Koh Bong, connected by a footbridge over a marine reserve we have established to safeguard the islands’ reefs and marine life including turtles, seahorses and exotic species of tropical fish.

    It features luxury Over-Water, Jungle and Ocean-View villas built with sustainable materials and with the deepest respect for the natural environment.

    At the resort’s heart is a world-class restaurant and lounge, spectacularly positioned just off the island’s shoreline and surrounded by sea. A short stroll on the boardwalk will leave you perfectly positioned to take in dramatic sunsets, seascapes and starry nights.

    From the moment you set foot on Song Saa’s exquisite islands, we hope you won’t have a care in the world. For this reason, we provide a simple Always-Included pricing policy: one price, per villa, per night. The only exceptions to this are motorised water activities, some adventure and conservation experiences as well as treatments at the resort’s sanctuaries.

    Other features include:

    • large infinity edge swimming pool
    • spa and wellness sanctuaries positioned in the rainforest and along the shore
    • yoga and meditation centre on the shoreline, ideal for yoga at sunrise
    • water-sports such as kayaking, snorkelling, and boating
    • fascinating ecological program to experience the area’s flora and fauna
    • an exclusive island boutique featuring designer labels from around the world, luxury body care products, and local art works.

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  • Ream National Park

    Ream National Park

    Ream national Park was declared a protected area in 1993 by royal decree because of its national, scientific, educational and recreational values. It’s situated approximately 18km east of Sihanoukville. This national park staff provides guided boat and walk tour to explore this magnificent area.

    Monkeys, Dolphins, Deer, Wild pigs and abundant of bird life can be seen through this 21,000 hectares. Park with includes jungles, estuaries, beaches islands and coral reefs. For more information contract the national park head quarters opposite the Korng Kang Airport.

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  • Ochheuteal Beach

    Ochheuteal Beach

    Ochheuteal Beach is the most active beach in Sihanoukville and very popular with travelers and weekenders alike.

    Thatch-roofed seafood shacks and beach bars line the sand from one end of Ochheuteal to the other. Next to it is “Serendipity beach” which is especially popular with budget travelers.

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  • Serendipity Beach

    Serendipity Beach

    Serendipity Beach is the well-visited beach where you can find cheap guesthouses alongside eateries, shops, and bars.

    This stretch of beach never sleeps and is a favorite among foreign tourists.


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  • Otres Beach

    Otres Beach

    Otres Beach is the next beach south of Ochheuteal and in many way resembles Ochheuteal. The road over the hill form Ochheuteal (through Queen Hill Resort) allows easy access to Otres Beach and is relatively new. Otres beach is largely undeveloped and often more secluded than the other tourist beaches of Sihanoukville.

    There are scattered grass umbrellas along the beach and few thatch roof beach bars and restaurants clustered toward near the end.

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  • Independence Beach

    Independence Beach

    Independence Beach is a white sandy beach named after the 7-storey Independence Hotel in the area. 

    The Independence Beach is calm and quiet and the perfect place to relax.

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  • Sokha Beach

    Sokha Beach

    Sokha Beach Resort takes up and blocks off of Sokha Beach as a private for their hotel residents. However, a small part of this stretch of beach is still open to public.

    Visitors who want to spend a day on the private, uncrowded shoreline can do so by paying a small fee. The fee also includes use of Sokha Resort's pools and facilities.

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  • Victory Beach

    Victory Beach

    At over two kilometers, Victory beach is quite long but it is divided into two by a rocky point and a small hill. The section of Victory Beach that contains the Vietnam-Cambodia Monument (Victory Monument) is popular because it is a bit quieter and more relaxed than Ochheuteal Beach and there are a few food beach bars and restaurants right on the sand.

    Victory Beach is a particularly good beach from which to view sunsets.

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  • Lomherkay Beach

    Lomherkay Beach

    Lomherkay Beach is also known s “Hawaii Beach, King’s Beach, South Channel Beach.” Like the other major beaches, Lomherkay Beach is lined with umbrellas and chairs and little beach shack bars and seafood restaurants, though no where near as densely as Ochheuteal.

    Lomherkay Beach is get a bit less tourists than Ochheuteal and Serendipity beaches. Access the beach from the small rod at the southern end.

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  • Hawaii Beach

    Hawaii Beach

    Hawaii Beach is peppered by thatched roofed eateries and cafés and has always been quite popular.

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